Tanzanian Peacekeepers Deny Sex Abuse Claims
In an exclusive interview with The Citizen, Lieutenant-Colonel Shija Lupi says allegations that UN peacekeepers from Tanzania were among those engaged in sexual abuse in other countries are simply not true.
An Indonesian soldier receives an award from Lieutenant Colonel Shija Lupi of Tanzania during a ceremony held at Camp Soedirman Square on October 24, 2016. Lupi was a member of the UN Interim Force deployed in Lebanon.
Al Jazeera, 1 July 2017
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